green energy

 
What is social innovation, and why does it matter?
What is social innovation, and why does it matter?
Included in the programme of the 2018 South African Innovation Summit was the Social Innovation Summit, powered by Activate! This is a network that...
Low carbon energy economy with socioeconomic benefits
Low carbon energy economy with socioeconomic benefits
These days the news is filled with reports and questions around energy. How is the kind of energy we use affecting the climate? How do we use...
Youth participation in the green economy
Youth participation in the green economy
The City of Ekurhuleni is engaging young people in their environmental education centres on projects and initiatives that can assist them in...
Are municipalities ready to flip the switch?
Are municipalities ready to flip the switch?
The current electricity supply and distribution industry does not serve as a viable option for local government and society as a whole. The...
Eskom's Ingula, Africa's largest water-pumped power scheme, reaches completion
Eskom's Ingula, Africa's largest water-pumped power scheme, reaches completion
Nestled in the verdurous Drakensburg mountain range is Africa’s largest water-pumped electricity storage scheme. Ingula is more than just an...
Editorial: It should be eco, not ego, for Eskom
Editorial: It should be eco, not ego, for Eskom
Eskom can’t help but sully everything it touches. This time around it’s the flagship renewables project that hangs in limbo, amid the...
Eskom gridlocks renewable energy
Eskom gridlocks renewable energy
Plans for independently-produced green power would see it contribute more energy megawatts than the contentious 9 600MW nuclear build,...
Danish-South African link shifts from aid to green trade
Danish-South African link shifts from aid to green trade
The partnership between South Africa and Denmark is long-standing and significant, going back to the struggle for democracy and the subsequent...
A green economy grows jobs
A green economy grows jobs
Insisting on a right of reply can sometimes be a bad move. Objecting to an article is fine, provided the better option is not keeping that right in a...
Wind of change on the cards
Wind of change on the cards
So much power was produced by Denmark's windfarms last Thursday that the country was able to meet its domestic electricity demand and export power to...
Headwind hits renewable energy
Headwind hits renewable energy
Driving north on the N10 past what once was elephant territory of the Eastern Cape, vervet monkeys forage alongside the road, monitor lizards sun...
Big energy blinded by green light
Big energy blinded by green light
No wonder the big energy companies are spooked by the green dream. Have you seen their share prices lately?

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